Here is your answer. I couldn't read #8 or # XXXXX I don't know what you mean by the underline or the front slash sign.
For #8, is it ( 5^6 ) ?
For #15, is it ( 3^10 ) /( 2^5 ) /( 1^3 ) ?
If you want to clear them up for me, I will finish them for you. If not, please accept all the rest. Judy
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Most the answers I have checked are correct. There are a few of what look like typo errors. I will tell you which are correct and which I fill fix.
I suggest Ms Bailey get some credit for the work she has done.
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Find the amount of interest and the monthly payment for the loan. Purchase a living room set for $3,500 at 12% add-on interest for 3 years. (Round your monthly payment to the nearest cent.) $ interest $ per month
Evaluate the expression.
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A student is asked to answer 9 out of 11 questions on an exam.
(a) Classify the problem as a permutation, a combination, or neither.Permutation Combination Neither
(b) In how many ways can she select the questions to be answered?
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In a recent survey of 100 women, the following information was gathered.
33 use shampoo A. 37 use shampoo B. 52 use shampoo C. 18 use shampoos A and B. 6 use shampoos A and C. 6 use shampoos B and C. 4 use all three.
Use the figure to answer the question in the problem.
How many are using shampoos A and C, but not B (Region IV)? women
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I have the formulas to solve the problems
I will post the answers today
Is that ok ?Steve
Hi, Brittany, you appear to be a newcomer here -- and we're glad to see you.
You might not be aware that no one here gets paid for their time unless the customer accepts or rates an answer. You will see what option you have.
In this case, with so many contributors, it might be hard to find which answer to accept or rate. It would be Steve's answer. That would be right above this comment of mine.
We hope this worked out well for you and we get to see you in the future.
You put me a negative feedback !!
Are you sure that i had 5 wrong ??
In that case usually the customer put a neutral feedback, or put a comment here asking for the reasons.
Or maybe asks for doing them again....
Also, i see that you are new here....
Maybe the formulas used in your course are not the same as the formulas used by us
Can you say to me which questions were wrong ?
I have watched this unfold with great trepidation.
I suggest you do the following:
Go to Google and do a search on the phrase:
Permutations on the word mathematics.
You will get a lot of hits. The most numerous by far will report that the answer is
11! = 39916800
Then you will get
11! / (2!)³ = 4989600
Which one is the right one? Well, if math was a democracy, it would be the first one, which is even cited on professional/educational and even mathematical sites.
But the correct answer is the second one.
So which one did your teacher pick? Because, this was one of the earlier questions asked by your teacher.
Believe me, in my years as both teacher and department chair, I have found numerous colleagues making atrocious mistakes. Yes, even on their tests! I have had to correct mis-graded final examinations so that students could get course credit.
Am I saying that your teacher made mistakes? I can't say that because I have no idea what his or her actual answers were. I do know that any math teacher who resorts to multiple choice exams is at best a C-level teacher.
What I suggest is that you entertain the possibility that Steve, among others, provided you with a good set of answers. I know none of my colleagues here personally, but I do know that I have seen very few errors from them - just the occasional lapse any of us are vulnerable to - the kind of thing that might change an A+ to an A.
Believe me, I am hard to satisfy when it comes to professional criticism, but the math experts here really know what they are doing, more than most the teachers I have worked with.
If you come back in the future, and there is as glaring a discrepancy as the one you cited (5 wrong answers!?), please share with us which problems and (if possible) what the correct answers were supposed to be. A number of customers found that they were entering one decimal place too many and the mindless computer hadn't been told to accept that. That is, the computer rejected the more accurate answer! Even the College Board readers (test graders) on the AP exams don't penalize students for having more accurate answers than required. I should know; I was a reader for AP Calculus for three years!
So, best wishes from me and JustAnswer and please come back and visit.
Thanks Mijcar for your words
To the customer:
I appreciate if you erase your negative feedback, (change it to neutral)
Since several experts are having problems with these questions and good experts are above.
Thanks for review the feedback
I will check those answers again
Can you say which textbook are you using ? or which material ?
Can you change my negative feedback ??